Women’s Walk Weekend

Women's Walk Community Day

Saturday, March 19 / 11AM-5PM

Women’s Walk Community Day

March 19 / 12-5 pm

Cost: Museum Admission/Members free

Celebrate Women’s History Month at the Norton. View the Women’s Walk of great women artists through history on Cranesnest Way. Enjoy live music, performances, and access the smartphone tour to view the five new names recently added to the 50 already featured on the Walk.

Schedule of Events

  • The Art Wellness Exchange: Redefining Your Wellness Journey with Hand Made Dreams

    Cost: Museum Admission + $10 / Members $5 

    Allow art to help you relax and recharge during this special wellness-focused workshop. This 90-minute session takes place in the Museum galleries and utilizes the arts and social interaction to promote mental wellness and community connections. This session dives into self-care practices and skills, encouraging participants to expand their definition of wellness to encompass emotional well-being. 

    Register

    Registration and online payment is required. Walk-Ins welcome if tickets remain on the day of the program 

    10-11:30am
  • Revolutionary Storytime with Rohi’s Readery

    Meet in Fabricant Lobby, Garden

    Revolutionary Storytime will feature a book honoring International Women’s Month during the Women’s Walk Weekend Festival. Read a book and continue learning while building empowerment of self and creating community ties.

    11:30am-12pm
  • Curator-led Tour

    Galleries

    Join Rachel Gustafson, Senior Director of Curatorial Operations and Research, to discuss artworks by women in the collection.

    12pm
  • Norton Restaurant Pop-up

    Colonnade 

    12-4pm
  • Open Studio with IS Projects

    Gormley Lawn

    IS Projects: Paper Marbling and Letterpress
    Join IS Projects for Suminagashi Paper Marbling and Letterpress Printing with real, vintage wood type from IS Projects' antique type collection! Participants will get to try their hand at Japanese style paper marbling using just water and ink to create intricate and unique designs. While the marbling dries, visitors can set up their own text using wood type on the vintage sign printing press then print their design onto their marbled piece! Each participant will leave with their own marbled masterpieces and authentic, hands-on insight into two huge facets of the paper and printing world.


    12-4pm
  • Norton Store Pop-up featuring local women-owned businesses

    Goergen Garden

    Stop by the Norton Store’s outdoor pop-up to shop” and the following names:

    Jewelry by Jill Elisofon http://jillelisofon.com/
    Martha Duran Design www.Marthaduran.com
    Trash Fashions www.Trashfashions.com
    Dena Lyons www.denalyons.com

    12-4pm
  • Garden Games

    Gormley Lawn

    Giant Jenga, Giant Connect Four, Cornhole, and Giant Checkers

    12-4pm
  • Access the Smartphone Tour with TASq

    Cranesnest Way, one block south of the Museum

    12-4pm
  • Announcement and Presentation of New Names added to the Walk

    Stiller Auditorium

    12:30pm
  • Concert with Esme Patterson

    Goergen Garden

    Hailing from Denver, Colorado, Esmé Patterson is a magnetic performer and songwriter. She is a founding member of the Denver-based indie folk group Paper Bird. 

    12:30-2pm
  • Docent Spotlight Talks

    1:30 + 2 PM
  • Family Tour with Norton Teaching Artist, Ingrid Sanchez

    Meet in Great Hall

    1-1:40pm
  • Artist Demo with FemAle Brew Fest

    Goergen Garden

    Live art demo with artist Brandy Rumirez, Graphic Designer at Funky Buddha Brewery.

    1-4pm
  • Women Crafting Beer: A Panel Discussion

    Korman

    Join an engaging panel discussion with women brewer experts to learn more about the history of women in the beer brewing industry and the art and craft of brewing. This panel has been organized by FemAle Brew Fest.

    Panelists include Brittany Mann, Deadwords Brewing, Emily Ellsworth of 26° Brewing Company and Stephanie Harper of Islamorada Beer Company & Islamorada Distilling. Moderated by Frances Antonio-Martineau of FemAle Brew Fest.

    Brandy Rumiez, Funky Buddha Brewery Emily Ellsworth, 26° Brewing Company

    Stephanie Harper, Islamorada Beer Company & Islamorada Distilling

    1-2pm
  • Beer Tasting: Organized by FemAle Brew Fest

    Goergen Garden

    Islamorada Beer Company (Locations: Keys and North Pierce)
    26° Brewing Co. (Location: Pompano Beach)
    Deadwords Brewing (Location: Orlando)
    Orchestrated Minds Brewing (Location: Ft. Lauderdale)

    2-4pm
  • Music by Women Composers: Pioneers to Present

    Stiller Auditorium, ticketed event
    Cost: Museum Admission + $15/ Members $10

    Registration is open February 11 and online payment is required. Walk-Ins welcome if tickets remain on the day of the program

    Award-winning pianist Yoko Sata Kothari returns to the Norton for a very special concert featuring music composed by women, including works by Clara Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn, African American spirituals by Florence Price, ragtime by Muriel Pollock and others. 

    2-3pm
  • Sculpture Garden Tour

    Meet in Great Hall

    2:30pm
  • Curator-led Tour with Ellen Roberts

    Meet in Great Hall
    Join Ellen Roberts, Harold and Anne Berkley Smith Senior Curator of American Art, to discuss artworks by women. 

    3pm
  • Concert: Yoli Mayor

    Yoli Mayor is a soul singer and songwriter from Miami, Florida. In 2017 she was a semifinalist for the show America’s Got Talent.

    2:30-4pm
  • Docent Spotlight Talks

    Delphine Fawundu, Maasai through Sheets, Nairobi, Kenya 
    Saltzman Gallery, Ground Floor

    Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Pledge)
    King Gallery, Ground Floor

    3:30 pm + 4 pm

Open today from 10 am - 5 pm!
CDC COVID-19 Community Level for Palm Beach County: HIGH

Current Health and Safety Policies:

 MASKS REQUIRED
 TEMPERATURE TAKING REQUIRED 
SOCIAL DISTANCING ENCOURAGED 
MUSEUM AND EVENT CAPACITIES LIMITED 
 VACCINATION AND BOOSTERS ENCOURAGED (NOT REQUIRED)
 

The CDC’s COVID-19 Community Level for Palm Beach County is currently High. In response to this, the following general policies are in effect at the Norton: 

  • Masks are mandatory indoors throughout the Museum campus (ages 2+), regardless of negative tests or vaccination status, except while eating or drinking. Masks are provided upon request. 

  • Temperature taking is required upon entering the Museum. Visitors with a temperature of 100.4 F or above will not be admitted. 

  • Capacities will be limited for the Museum and in certain indoor event spaces. Guests are encouraged to reserve admission online in advance.

  • Guests are encouraged to practice social distancing, maintaining 6 feet of space from others. 

  • For the safety of all visitors and the Museum’s staff and volunteers, the Norton encourages visitors to get vaccinated and boosted in accordance with CDC guidance, though this is not required for admission. 

Please note that the Norton’s COVID-19 policies remain subject to change as circumstances evolve. Visit norton.org/covid-19 for the most up-to-date information. 

The Museum will continue to conduct heightened cleaning and sanitation and will continue to provide mask to visitors who request them.

These policies are informed by guidance and recommendations issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other authoritative or controlling government-issued health standards 

For the most up-to-date information from the CDC, click here. 

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If you are unable to visit us in person, please visit The Norton Channel for a wide range of virtual resources, activities, and programs. 


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The health and safety of our guests is a top priority for the Norton Museum of Art.